Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by NAMOR, Jun 17, 2011.
Sweet - especially with new product line in mind Thx mate.
Are we able to upgrade to 2012 and can we save license for later or will subscription start when we buy it?
3 user Total Security 2011 license for $19.99 is a huge bargain
When I click the link, it only shows a 1-user license for TS. Still not a bad price...
I got the following message in an email from the BitDefender news bulletin:
"LIMITED OFFER FOR THIS WEEKEND!
(VALID FROM FRIDAY 27.05.2011 HOUR: 12.00- SUNDAY 29.05.2011 HOUR: 24.00)"
It seems to have the wrong month and wrong weekend so it might be a hoax. The offer might be subject to Romanian time too
Not a hoax,not at all.It's a full and serious offer.
It says 3 PC's
I only have 1 PC so am at a loss already and it is £19.99 over here in the UK. very fare I must say.
I´m confused, first screen shows 1 user, and when you click buy it shows 3 users...
Anyone bought it?! Is it really 3 user licenses?!
just took a look myself and it's showing
Total price: 16.76 USD
The billing currency is USD ($)
looks like a good deal... heard its very light on system resources.. anyone using it? the internet security that is
it's not too bad. it's sort of quirky/flaky, has lots of odd instances of CPU spikes and memory usage spikes. on a reasonably-equipped machine that doesn't do anything but office tasks and internet browsing, so long as the phishing toolbar is disabled, it's plenty fast.
on my plenty-capable configuration (4.2GHz quad core, 16GB RAM, win7 x64), it caused inexplicable hitching and stuttering in many modern game titles, even when the product was disabled. i trialled it for ~10 days before giving up.
1 User - 3 PCs...
One User can use this on three PCs. Thats what i think.
BitDefender Total Security 2011 3-PC is $19.99 every day at the MajorGeeks software store: http://store.majorgeeks.com/p11466-bitdefender_total_security_2011_3-pc_1-year
Or £14.99 in £.
and internet security is only 15 for 3pc's great deal imo if you can run it
decided to try BDIS2011 on my laptop (not nearly as fast as my desktop, midrange system, 2.2GHz core 2 duo, 4GB ram, 7200rpm disk) and it's been fine all day today. i think they finally addressed the phishing protection issue with fatfox 4.0, as it's functioning normally. it does feel a little bit heavier than VIPRE, which is what this machine has had on it for 3 years, but it's not unusable.
I tried it out as well a few days ago on my laptop, and it ran pretty well. The only problem I had was, the antiphising toolbar wouldn't work with Sandboxie. Oh well, whatever I run, it has to work with Sandboxie...
did the antiphishing protection itself work within sandboxie or just the toolbar? if it's just the toolbar, that's only a visual component of the phishing protection. i leave it turned off anyway
Good question. I honestly don't know. I assumed if the toolbar was grayed-out that the phishing protection wasn't working.
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